ROLL CALL: 'Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows' On Set Sneak Peek!

Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson on the set of 'Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part I' in London Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson on the set of 'Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part I' in London

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

First Look At Last ‘Potter’: The first installment of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” doesn’t debut in theaters until November 2010, but we have a glimpse for you of the action from the movie that began filming this month. We might already know how this story ends, but judging from the photos, we’re still excited as ever! Check out Harry, Ron and Hermione in action, HERE!

No Recession In The ‘Bu: Most of the country might be facing financial hard times, but when it comes to Malibu – and the stars who live there – it’s just another day at the new mall! Matthew McConaughey, Angie Harmon and Red Hot Chili Pepper front man Anthony Kiedis are some of the celebs expected to attend the opening of Malibu’s Lumber Yard shopping center on Tuesday, The New York Post’s Page Six reported. But it’s not all excess and extravagance for this beachside shopping center – the mall is reportedly “eco-friendly.” So, we’re guessing no Hot Dog On A Stick then?

Eco-Europe For ‘90210’ Star: “90210” star AnnaLynne McCord will be doing her part to save gas this summer, when she embarks on a European vacation by rail. “I’m taking the trains everywhere. It’s been awesome so far,” AnnaLynne, who has already done her fair share of Euro Railing, told People at the New York City after party for “Fighting,” on Monday. “I’ve been to London, Paris, Madrid, and Barcelona. I actually have 23 cities that I’m circling around.” Just as long as you return to West Beverly High when there’s no more room left to stamp in your passport!

Boyle Backlash!: It was bound to happen – it appears some people have (gasp!) soured on Susan Boyle. “Sleepless In Seattle” scribe Nora Ephron wrote in a article on The Huffington Post that she won’t be spending her restless nights curled up to YouTube listening to the “Britain’s Got Talent” songstress – in fact she’d rather just forget about the British lady all together… that is, if she could only get that song out of her head! “The worst thing about Susan Boyle — and there are several, but I’m going to deal with only one — is that she sings that horrible song,” she wrote about “I Dream A Dream” from “Les Miserables” (which Susan wowed the world with). “That song is worse than all of Andrew Lloyd Webber, and it’s worse than ‘It’s A Small World After All.’ That song from ‘Les Miserables’ that Susan Boyle sings is the all-time most horrible song ever in history, and the reason is simple: it sticks in your brain and never stops playing!” Thanks Nora, just when we had stopped singing it, now we can’t get it out of our head either!

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